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Larry D. Harper was called of God on August 17, 1966. He is a decorated Vietnam Veteran, having served in Vietnam from August 1968 to August 1969 as an Infantry squad leader in the United States Army, Americal Division, 11th Infantry Brigade.
Larry’s formal education is in the area of ancient Near Eastern languages. He received the Bachelor of Arts degree in Classical Greek in 1972 from William Jennings Bryan College in Dayton, Tennessee; the Master of Arts degree in Old Testament studies (Biblical Hebrew) in 1974 from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, Deerfield, Illinois; and the Ph.D. Candidate degree in Near Eastern Studies from the University of California, Berkeley, in 1980.
Larry reads Akkadian cuneiform (ancient Babylonian and Assyrian), Arabic, Aramaic, Classical and Koine Greek, Biblical and Mishnaic Hebrew, as well as Ugaritic (Canaanite). He taught Biblical Hebrew as a Teaching Assistant at the graduate level while studying for a Master of Divinity degree at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School and at the undergraduate level while pursuing a Ph.D. in Near Eastern Studies at the University of California, Berkeley.
Having determined in 1980 that he had not been called to teach as a professor in an institution of higher education, Larry began working full-time doing biblical research and writing under the auspices of his own private research endeavor—The Elijah Project.
The findings of The Elijah Project are currently being published by Voice of Elijah, Inc. in articles that appear every quarter in The Voice of Elijah® newsletter and in The Voice of Elijah® Update (published eight times annually). Larry receives no compensation from The Voice of Elijah® for the articles he writes for our publications. He does, however, retain the copyright.
In addition to the articles he has written for The Voice of Elijah® since October 1990, Larry has also published five books: The Way, The Truth, The Life; Not All Israel Is Israel; The Advent of Christ and AntiChrist; The Mystery of Scripture, Volume 1; and God Called; I Answered. A sixth book—The Inheritance of the Believer, Volume 1—is currently available only on CD and DVD. He has also published six booklets, which we distribute free of charge, and he plans to write at least six more books. He is currently engaged in producing his own “standardized” translation of the Scriptures, which he plans to make available only on Amazon. You can follow his progress on Twitter: @ElijahProject and Facebook: HSSB.
This is the inspirational, often riveting, story of how a 12-year-old farm boy’s vow to the Lord in a moment of pure joy turned into a life-long search for an accurate understanding of the meaning and significance of the Scriptures. Taking the reader from his childhood in the Oklahoma/Texas Panhandle, into the military, then on to college, seminary, doctoral studies at the University of California, Berkeley, and finally, to his ongoing research and writing, Harper reveals why he has never wavered from his belief that the Lord called him through a supernatural event that occurred on August 17, 1966.ACQUIRE
This is the first in a four-volume series titled The Resurrection Theology Series. This volume examines the meaning and significance of the Hebrew idiom “cut off from.” This idiom is used extensively in the Old Testament to point to the fact that God continually “cut off from” Corporate Israel those individual members of Corporate Israel who were not pleasing to Him. Not All Israel Is Israel explains the significance of this fact as it relates to Jesus Christ and the Jews. The title is taken from Romans 9:6 where the Apostle Paul talks about his understanding of Who is—and who is not—a member of Corporate Israel—the Heir of the promise God gave Abraham (Romans 9–11).ACQUIRE
This is the first in a three-volume series that will eventually explain how and why Moses and the other Prophets of Israel intentionally concealed The Mystery of the Word of God behind the parabolic imagery and Hebrew idioms of the Hebrew Scriptures. It also begins to explain why The Mystery that was revealed to the Apostle Paul and the other Apostles is no longer understood today. The Mystery of Scripture, Volume 1 does not attempt to explain The Mystery; it merely demonstrates some of the ways that Moses deftly concealed The Mystery of the Word of God in the Pentateuch. It also shows how a careful reading of the text discloses Moses knew exactly what he was doing.ACQUIRE
This book contains everything the Early Church Fathers Irenæus and Hippolytus wrote about the Antichrist. First published in 1992, it was not released for public distribution until April 2005 because it was considered too controversial. It reveals that the popular “Left Behind” series is part of Satan’s plan to delude the world into believing his appearance as the Antichrist is the Second Coming of Jesus Christ.ACQUIRE
Jesus said the writings of Moses, the Prophets, and the Psalms—that is, the entirety of the Hebrew Scriptures—are all about Him (Luke 24:27, 44; John 5:46). Yet few today can find any reference to Jesus Christ in the Hebrew Scriptures because they don’t understand that God has used parables since the time of Moses to speak concerning His Son. The Passover Parable is at the heart of God’s message concerning His Firstborn Son, Jesus Christ. That message can be seen in the carefully orchestrated parabolic pantomime that God directed Corporate Israel, His Firstborn Son (Ex. 4:22), to enact during the Exodus of the sons of Israel from Egypt.ACQUIRE READ
The Book of Revelation describes the appearance of the Antichrist in terms of parabolic images that few, if any, today understand. Yet the disciples of John, the Apostle who authored the Book of Revelation, insist he taught his own disciples what they meant. In this booklet, two Early Church leaders—Irenæus and Hippolytus, who were second- and third-generation disciples of John—explain some of what they knew about the Antichrist. This book contains excerpts from The Advent of Christ and AntiChrist described above.ACQUIRE READ
Skeptics like to point out the apparent contradictions that exist in the Creation Account to prove the biblical text is not reliable. Here, for the first time since the Early Church lost The Apostolic Teaching, is an explanation of that account that not only makes sense; it also agrees completely with things the Early Church Father Irenæus wrote in his monumental second-century work, “Against Heresies.”ACQUIRE READ
This 55-page booklet is a reprint of the article titled “Wanna Hear the Whopper the Liar Came Up With? (I Doubt You’ll Believe It!)” in the October 1996 issue of The Voice of Elijah® newsletter. It contains a penetrating examination of the origin and distribution of the single most important lie that Satan has ever foisted off on the Church—Dispensationalism. It explains why he is feverishly promoting the Big Lie in these Last Days, and includes a timeline depicting events leading up to the Second Coming.ACQUIRE READ
This 64-page booklet explains the Gospel message of salvation as a simple step-by-step approach to what one must believe and do to be born again.
This 60-page booklet exposes several popular beliefs as nothing more than Satan’s lies. It then goes on to explain the content of the Old Testament Gospel message of salvation that one must believe to be born again.
This seminar examines the history of The Truth of the Word of God that the Prophets concealed in the Hebrew Scriptures, which is The Way by which The Life is attained. It explains what Jesus had in mind when He said, “I am the Way, the Truth, and the Life” (John 14:6). Subjects discussed are:
This is the audio/video version of the second volume in a four-volume series titled The Resurrection Theology Series. It is also the first volume in The Inheritance of the Believer Series. This volume tracks the promise through the Scriptures from Adam to Jesus Christ. It looks at the inheritance of the promise from a completely different perspective than Not All Israel Is Israel, but provides information supplemental to the information contained in that volume. It reveals how the promise was handed down as an inheritance until Jesus Christ finally became the Heir of the promise God first gave Adam (Gen. 1:26–27) and later reaffirmed to Abraham (Gen. 12:1–3). It explains what was promised and how the resurrection of Jesus Christ was the fulfillment of the promise.
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All back issues of The Voice of Elijah® newsletter, from October 1990 through the present.ACQUIRE
Includes all back issues of The Voice of Elijah® newsletter, as well as a copy of the following:
(28 pages per issue, although some earlier issues may be shorter and some later issues longer)
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